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Saturday, May 17, 2008

Unpredictable Weather

I never like Spring and Fall. It could be on it's best or worst. My DC's are sick again this week. They all have cold and cough because of unpredictable weather. Some days are nice and some days are not. Oh how I missed the tropical weather.

Not only that, if I live in the tropic right now I could have my vegetables garden all year round. I'm not saying I want to go home and live there. I don't think I will like it there anymore because of NPA but would like somewhere in South America like Costa Rica. My DH made a friend down there, plus Philippines is too far away from his family. Hawaii is out of the question because it's an island, can't leave the island unless we use a boat or a plane. Not to mention my DH gets sea sick.

But then again, that's still up in the air, nothing solid as of yet. But it would be nice to move down there, we can drive our vehicles to get there.


Noemi May 17, 2008 at 8:47 PM  

Good thing you're not in the Philippines right now. The weather is just awful - storms in the middle of May, can you imagine that?

Jenaisle May 17, 2008 at 8:54 PM  

Hi, the Philippines is still a good country to live in. You just have to ride with the tide. Like you I prefer tropical countries. I could not imagine myself surrounded by a white blanket of snow. brrrrr. Happy blogging!

Nedekcir May 17, 2008 at 11:49 PM  

Don't get me wrong I was born there, and I'm not saying Pinas is not a good place to live. I am saying that I can't live there with my family because of NPA. They practically moved in my town.

Wind Mill May 18, 2008 at 1:07 PM  

Hang in there Nedekcir!
The climate around the Globe these times are becoming fearsome. Tropic or non Tropic region; none is spared.The "Inconvenient Truth" is bearing down on mankind's folly.
Hope all turns out well speedily for you at home.

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